Best known for portraying prim and proper Charlotte York in the hit TV series, Davis admitted she doesn't know if there will be another movie instalment in the future but she knows the fans would definitely welcome it.Speaking to This Morning, she said: "Thank God for our fans because it is all because of the support from the people."Of course, we would be thrilled if there was another one. I think in our hearts, I shouldn't speak for all of us, but I feel like it is unfinished and I don't know if I would feel that way if the fans weren't supportive."But maybe it's because everyone talks to me every day about it still, like it still feels sort of relevant in some way, so it feels unfinished a little bit."Also starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall and Cynthia Nixon, Sex and the City became a huge hit in the late 1990s, running for six series and two successful films.But Davis admitted she would be wary of something bad happening to her character in a further feature, especially as she finally found love and became a mother."I want her to be happy," she said. "But I will (agree) with our executive producer, Michael Patrick King, if he says that something bad has to happen then I'll do it."In the meantime Davis is about to make her West End debut in a stage adaptation of the hit 1987 film Fatal Attraction."It's a slightly scary dream come true," she told Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby."I think it is such a great story because it is so primal and it is something you can relate to and you feel like "Oh, thank God this hasn't happened to me"."